July 27, 2021
Kansas 4-H Foundation Honors Retired Trustees
Volunteer leadership is the guiding force behind the Kansas 4-H Foundation and its ability to impact Kansas youth and communities. Since 1952, honorable Kansans have dedicated their service to continue strengthening the Kansas 4-H program and Rock Springs Ranch. The Kansas 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees serve in a leadership role providing guidance and expertise to Jake Worcester, President and CEO of the Kansas 4-H Foundation.
During the board meeting, Friday, July 23, the Kansas 4-H Foundation honored retired and retiring trustees who have served during and since the Growing Kansas Leaders Campaign with a Best Seat in the House in Spencer Auditorium in Heritage Hall at Rock Springs Ranch.
Steve Baccus, Minneapolis, KS - 7 years of service
Jim Bassett, Topeka, KS - 14 years of service
Dan Bonine, Great Bend, KS - 27 years of service
Lee Borck, Manhattan, KS - 16 years of service
Marilyn Pence Galle, Manhattan, KS - 32 years of service
Norma Hoagland, Leavenworth, KS - 11 years of service
Doug Hofbauer, Manhattan, KS - 7 years of service
Steve Irsik, Santa Fe, NM (formerly Ingalls, KS) - 8 years of service
Fred Kerr, Pratt, KS - 20 years of service
John Montgomery, Junction City, KS - 27 years of service
Barbara Morris, Hugoton, KS - 4 years of service
Robert Munson, Junction City, KS - 8 years of service
Bill New, Leavenworth, KS - 19 years of service
Dolph Simons III, Lawrence, KS - 12 years of service
Joe Stout, Cottonwood Falls, KS - 19 years of service
Mary Vanier, Manhattan, KS - 7 years of service
We greatly appreciate the volunteer leadership these individuals have provided over the years. Join me in celebrating their years of service!